Diamonds in the Rough (DitR, /dɪ’tər/) takes some of the most derided, divisive, controversial, financially catastrophic, and meme-worthy movies and tries to find the silver lining. Bad movies don’t always start as bad ideas, and flops aren’t always flop-worthy. DitR seeks to find the good within the bad, because the world could use some positivity. And when all else fails, making fun of bad movies is oh-so satisfying.
In this installment, court is in session, as I will be defending Raja Gosnell’s 1997 sequel Home Alone 3.
Home Alone 3
- Rotten Tomatoes: 29% (24 critics) | 27% (448,875 user ratings)
- IMDb: 4.5/10 (101,483 ratings)
- Letterboxd: 2.0/5 (24,174 ratings)
Recently, given our current state of pandemic, the good ol’ boys at The Worst Idea of All Time podcast decided to watch Home Alone 3 every Continue reading In Defense of Home Alone 3 (1997) — Diamonds in the Rough